Chef Bonanno says fame has its benefits

07/22/2011 | Aspen Times (Colo.), The

CIA graduate Frank Bonanno, chef and owner of several restaurants in Denver, said there are advantages to being well-known as a chef. "It enables you to sell food you might not be able to sell," he said. "More ingredients are accepted, because you're trusted. So they'll eat sweetbreads."

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